Heterakoidea

Heterakoidea

[‚hed·ə·rə′kȯid·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A superfamily of parasitic nematodes of the order Ascaridida, characterized by small, well-developed lips with paired sensilla in the labial region, an infundibular stoma, and a rarely cylindrical esophagus divided into three parts.
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SI (CHIOC 35526) HETERAKOIDEA Chabaud, 1957 Aspidoderidae Skrjabin and Schikhobalova, 1947 Aspidodera fasciata (Schneider, 1866) (CHIOC 35527) LI Aspidodera scoleciformis (Diesing, 1935) LI (CHIOC 35528) Mean Helminth species(CHIOC access number) Intensity ANCYLOSTOMATOIDEA Looss, 1905 Ancylostomatidae Nicoll, 1927 Ancylostoma caninum (Ercolani, 1859) (CHIOC 35524) 3.
Class SECERNENTEA Von Linstow, 1905 Order ASCARIDIDA Yamaguti, 1961 Superfamily HETERAKOIDEA Chabaud, 1957 Family ASPIDODERIDAE Skrjabin and Schikhobalova, 1947 Paraspidodera uncinata (Rudolphi, 1819) Travassos, 1914
Orden: Ascaridida (Yamaguti, 1961) Superfamilia: Heterakoidea (Chabaud, 1957) Familia: Ascaridiidae (Travassos, 1919)